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The Bacterial Flora Found in the Vagina of Dairy Cows with Special Reference to Corynebacteria

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Journal
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics
0368-1742
Publisher
Elsevier
Volume
57
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DOI: 10.1016/s0368-1742(47)80024-4

Abstract

Summary A survey of the flora of the vagina of 100 apparently normal dairy cows is reported. C. renale is a frequent and possibly normal inhabitant of the posterior urinary tract of dairy cows. Its significance is discussed. C. pyogenes is associated with an endometritis in cows characterised by copious purulent discharge. Apart from C. pyogenes there is no evidence of other organisms being associated with sterility in cows.

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